Manufactured in 1990 per an included correspondence about the revolver from the original owner. The El Dorado revolvers manufactured by El Dorado Arms were designed to be a purebred competition revolver for silhouette shooting. The company was among the first to use 17-4 stainless steel for a revolver allowing for precision machining of what the correspondence states is a .002 inch cylinder gap, giving the revolver extreme accuracy. This specific revolver is fitted with a Patridge blade front sight and adjustable rear sight on a flat top frame. It has standard markings along with the serial number "001" on the right side of the frame. Provenance: The Supica Collection
Very fine overall with some handling marks and some crazing of the grip varnish. Mechanically excellent.
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